ENCOURAGING READING, STORYTELLING AND THE FORMATION OF TEACHERS: A EXPERIENCE REPORT

Edvânia Braz Teixeira Rodrigues

Abstract


The Gwaya Storytellers Group has a twodecade trajectory in the field of encouraging reading through Essential Scenic Art for Storytelling. When it comes to the project dedicated to form teachers, the Gwaya Storytellers Group encourages the student, as the center of interest in the many levels of teaching, to strenghten the teacher's identity process, enabling them to critically interpret the world as well as to contextualize and understand the literary art and, in this process, enabling them to be scenically able to interpret it. Therefore, the essential scenic art for storytelling reveals itself as a fertile ground for art, culture and the construction of knowledge. This work trajectory regarding the formation of theachers can also be demonstrated through quantified data from the storyteller courses offered to the Public School teachers in the state of Goiás, which also enbale a qualitative analysis regarding the work issues of the group.

Keywords: reading, formation, scenic art.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.14571/brajets.v8.n1.64-69



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